On Feb. 16, Lynnette Schuepbach will show Art of Soul participants how to create a bouquet of origami doves and how to recycle greeting cards into boxes.
On Feb. 16, Lynnette Schuepbach will show Art of Soul participants how to create a bouquet of origami doves and how to recycle greeting cards into boxes. Provided photo
On Feb. 16, Lynnette Schuepbach will show Art of Soul participants how to create a bouquet of origami doves and how to recycle greeting cards into boxes. Provided photo

‘Art of Soul’ classes are hands-on artistic fun for all

February 01, 2017 03:17 PM

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